A Brief Justification of the Principles of a Reputed Whigg: Together with Some Few Remarks on Dr. Sach----l's Late Sermon, on the 29th of May. In an Epistle to the Tories of the West. By Francis Squire, ... ...
Sam. Farley, 1713 - 24 pages
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